MSA Project Featured in The New York Times

Murdock Solon Architect’s project, the Clinton Hill Townhouse, was featured in the New York Times yesterday. A Tour of a Scent Maker’s Brooklyn Brownstone showcases recent images and describes owner Fabrice Penot’s design direction. The gut renovation of the brownstone revolved around his three children and an open design, he said. Take a look at […]

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Breaking Ground at Kings Highway

Murdock Solon Architects broke ground at the Kings Highway project this week. Led by Principle-in-Charge Shea Murdock, shown above, the 68,000-square-foot commercial development will be an anchor at the evolving neighborhood in Gravesend, Brooklyn.  To take advantage of the site’s visibility from the elevated subway lines, the design addresses the two main programs of commercial […]

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An Edit of Epic Proportions

  The commercial video editing company Friendshop launched last year and needed its own space to expand its growing team. Murdock Solon Architects worked with the company to transform an entire floor in a warehouse-style building in New York’s Chelsea neighborhood. MSA helped create the ideal space for ultimate creativity while meeting intense technical demands. […]

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See Our Work in New York Cottages & Gardens

  We’re proud to announce that our Brooklyn Heights Townhouse project is featured in the April issue of New York Cottages and Gardens. The 12-page article, Haute Brooklyn, describes how the owners, Florence and Alexandre Mars, discovered the property and sought the right architecture team to bring their French design sensibility to their new Brooklyn […]

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Design + Architecture: Interview with Michael Levy

Structures, surfaces, materials, spaces. A discussion with MSA project architect Michael Levy (and a quick look at his Pinterest page), reveals that his appreciation for design extends well beyond the traditional architect’s interests. From attending furniture fairs to following graphic designers to experimenting with cooking, …

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An Architect’s Inspiration: Interview with Satoi Akimoto

Talking with Satoi Akimoto about his inspiration is inspirational in itself. Satoi, a lead architect at MSA, has led and contributed to several projects, including… While the work stands for itself and is quite obvious in its creativity as a whole, the entirety is not Satoi’s objective. As he carefully selects words to describe his […]

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551 West 21st Street Featured in The New York Times

  New developments are rising in the city and thus the collaboration of the favored in architecture, design, and art. The new 44-unit condo at 551 West 21st Street is no exception, thanks to the inclusion of 303 Gallery on the ground and mezzanine levels. Murdock Solon Architects designed the gallery’s previous space at 547 West 21st […]

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Selections from ICFF

  The Murdock Solon Architects staff attended the 27th Annual International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) in New York City May 16-19. With more than 600 exhibitors, the range of styles, materials, and talent was paramount. Below are a few of the trends spotted and favorites selected by Murdock Solon Architects.  BOLD, BRIGHT, AND GEOMETRIC 1. […]

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MSA Featured as Employer of the Day

  Archinect, the top online destination for progressive-design oriented students, architects, educators, and fans, featured Murdock Solon Architects as the Employer of the Day and in the Weekly Round-Up. MSA is proud to have incredibly talented team members. The firm fosters a creative and energetic work environment designed to provide our clients with high-quality, exceptional […]

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Architectural Digest Home Show Staff Picks

At this year’s Architectural Digest Home Show, held March 20-23 at Pier 94 in New York City, the staff at Murdock Solon Architects selected a few of its favorite exhibitions. From built-in-countertop espresso machines to gorgeously detailed handmade furniture, the show offered a plethora of inspiration for upcoming projects.

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Enter the Office Nook

New York City homes often do not have space for a full office. Therefore, it is often necessary to be creative and utilize any space available. This week, Houzz featured Murdock Solon Architects in its article “Enter the Office Nook.”

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Where to Splurge, Where to Save in Your Remodel

Designing a remodel is filled with decisions, from cabinetry to flooring. This article and slideshow from Houzz.com below offers interesting insights as to where to splurge and where to save.

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